Daily Archives: September 30, 2011

Blaming Buckner Again – And ‘Curb’ – for Sox Collapse

Bill Buckner seemed to be just shedding the scapegoat role he’s been saddled with since 1986. After title wins in 2004 and 2007, Boston fans began to forgive him missing a ball between his legs in a Game 6 ninth inning against the Mets. Just last week, he was featured in a lengthy segment about […]

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Friday TV: Postseason Baseball Begins, ‘House’ as Musician

Postseason baseball begins today and will try to be as dramatic as that frenzied final day of the season Wednesday. It’s American League wild card winners Tampa Bay at Texas (TBS, 5 p.m.) followed by division winners Detroit at the Yankees (TBS, 8:30 p.m.), with their aces facing off: Justin Verlander, left and C.C. Sabathia. […]

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Comcast Fail II

Here’s a good way to get speedy reaction from the monopoly utility that can’t quite get your service right: Write a blog. I may not have legions of readers here at RogerCatlin.Com, but a post on “Comcast Fail” a couple days ago surely caught the attention of someone from their national response teams. How can […]

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